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DVD title: Bully (Unrated/ Theatrical Edition)
Productgroup: DVD
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Please watch this movie!

It's like watching a horrible car wreck. You're discusted but you can't turn away. This is by far the most graphic sexual and violent movie I've seen for a while. You truly feel like you're watching a bunch of real kids who don't know that a camera is there. If you're like me you still remember watching KIDS for the first time. It's better! After you watch it you'll be trying to think of all the people you know who would dig this type of movie so you can make them rent it.

Studio: Vidmark/Trimark
Director: Larry Clark
Brad Renfro
Nick Stahl

DVD title: Superstar
Productgroup: DVD
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When I say dance, you dance...

I really loved this movie!! It's one of those movies that is soooo stupid it hilarious!! Molly really did an outstanding job!! For days afterwards all I would do was say Superssstar and I would crack up!! The cat fight was a trip, "go drink a bottle of yourself!!",I was rolling. I am definately buying this movie it's a KEEPER!! Even if you don't follow SNL you'll lik it!! Buy it, rent it, or borrow it, do what you gotta do but WATCH it!! The tree kissing scene is so funny!!

Studio: Paramount Studio
Director: Bruce McCulloch
Molly Shannon

DVD title: Bloodsport
Productgroup: DVD
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Van Damme is superb!!!

Bloodsport is the best fighting movie of all time Van Damme is the $h*t

Studio: Warner Home Video
Director: Newt Arnold
Jean-Claude Van Damme
Donald Gibb
Leah Ayres

DVD title: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Productgroup: DVD
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One of the Best movies ever

Frank Capra's Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, denounced as naive and slanderous when it appeared in 1939, has proven to be one of the most accomplished pieces of political propaganda in cinematic history, rivaling - nay, surpassing - Eisenstein's Potemkin and Riefenstahl's Triumph des Willens as an attempt to render the political operations of mass society visible and sympathetic on the screen. The film contrasts two sorts of cynicism, an aggressive self-interest (Taylor) and a disillusioned nihilism (Paine, Saunders), and through the exaggeration of Stewart's pure reflection of a pseudo-democratic authoritarian ideology, unveils the first as unredeemable and the second redeemable. What makes the film so striking and durable, is the absence of any mention of voting in it. Rather, opinion polling, back-room deals, and opaque parliamentary procedures constitute a government in effect divorced from popular control. The slightly hysterical investment in American symbols, and their anchoring in immature emotional perspectives (Boy's Stuff), suggests how difficult it is to legitimate bureaucratic American oligarchy in traditional Enlightenment terms. This is not a criticism. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington is arguably the founding document of post-democratic American ideology: America cannot be understood without this film. Overwhelming!

Studio: Columbia/Tristar Studios
Director: Frank Capra
Jean Arthur
James Stewart

DVD title: The Godfather
Productgroup: DVD
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the best

An amazing movie that keeps your interest up until the very end. The acting is perfect and every scene is classic, every line is repeatable. The Godfather Part II is another good one. Brando was such a great actor.

Studio: Paramount Home Video
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Marlon Brando
Al Pacino

DVD title: Sailor Moon R - The Movie
Productgroup: DVD
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A Promise Fulfilled

This is a great anime! Yeah, so it's not in the "pure" subtitled version, but some of us don't like lstening to those annoying, squeaky Japanese voices! And there wasn't that much editing, so don't complain about censorship. Any Sailormoon fan will love this movie. It's got a great storyline, great animation, and pretty decent music too. The new transformation music is really cool! Thank you, Pioneer! Now, hurry up and dub the "S" series, so we're not all stuck watching the re-runs on Cartoon Network!

Studio: Pioneer Video
Director: Kunihiko Ikuhara

DVD title: Suicide Girls - The First Tour
Productgroup: DVD
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Suicide Girls - The First Tour

I absolutely love everything about these girls, They can do no wrong, If Your looking for the typical model-esque women, Your in the wrong place, These women are pin-up model type, Some full figered, Some not, But the're all Absolutely Beautiful!
I hope the craze catches on even further, These are real life Women with A twist of wild, It's fun, enticing & real.
In My own opinion, If Your attracted to voluptuous Women here they are! Piercings, Tattooes & everything Beauty Needs,
Ralph - A suicide Girl Fan & An avid amazon customer

Studio: Wea Corp

DVD title: Trigun Vol. 3 - Wolfwood
Productgroup: DVD
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The volume that got me hooked on Trigun

This is by far the best installment of Trigun so far; a real treat!

The first episode picks up where the last one left off, as Vash must fight to save a hijacked vessel headed straight for a canyon. This is a pivotal episode, for two reasons: 1) we discover that Vash is not freakishly immortal, as he appeared to be in previous episodes - you will actually be worried this time ; 2) we dive into Vash's past once again, as his reasons for never killing and the haunting silhouette of a woman become more defined.

The second episode marks the appearance of one of the most stylish characters ever: Dr. Nicholas D. Wolfwood, a very unconventional priest who carries around a portable confessional (lol) and one of the coolest weapons I have ever seen. He is Vash's match in every way: class, style, wit, charm and even marksmanship and occasional silliness. He is the only character so far to have any real chemistry with Vash, and together they create some amazing scenes, with a balance of comradeship, friendly antagonism and understanding. There is an absolutely beautiful scene in which Vash, seeing Wolfwood perform an act of kindness, smiles sweetly, and Wolfwood remarks: "So you can smile like that, too. It had me worried. You're always smiling, real friendly, but your smile is so empty it hurts to watch it. You're hurting like crazy and you're hiding it behind that grin."

The third episode gives you a very funny, pseudo-zen glimpse of Vash's everyday routine (you get to see him witout the red coat for the first time), and some more Vash-Wolfwood improvised collaboration. It's impossible not to love those two.

It's definetely darker than before, but it's a change for the better, as the viewer gets more engrossed in the series. And for all the added suspense and drama, there's still enough slapstick to make you laugh out loud. Trigun finds its balance with this volume. That's it, I'm hooked!

Studio: Pioneer Video

DVD title: The Animatrix
Productgroup: DVD
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Final Flight of the Osiris: See it NOW!

One word: WHOA! (apologies to Keanu bashers). Final Fantasy was merely a vehicle for Square's animation breakthrough and it showed. The novelty eventually wore off leaving you with a feeble, pointless story that should never have made it to the big screen. FFO has everything FF lacked: dynamic action sequences that would be difficult (if not impossible) to execute in live action, characters you actually CARE about and, most importantly, BREVITY. Don't get me wrong, being a HUGE Matrix fan I thought it was way too short. But crammed into those exquisite nine minutes were some of the best action sequences I've ever seen. The same level of excellence would be difficult to sustain throughout a feature-length movie. FFO is the perfect teaser for Reloaded. Well worth the price of admission all by itself and, IMHO, should win the Oscar for Best Animated Short. I can't wait until May 15th!

Studio: Warner Home Video

DVD title: Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan (Director's Edition)
Productgroup: DVD
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Star Trek 2

After the mixed reactions by Star Trek fans and critics alike about the first Star Trek movie, Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan was released in 1982. It instantly became a huge hit, not only with devoted fans and critics but also with people who weren't fans, and for good reason. Khan is back to seek revenge on Kirk and an incredible battle insues between the two "old friends". The part where the Enterprise and Khan's ship playing cat and mouse in a nebula was full of suspense and it was brilliant. This movie has everything that makes up a good film. Action, drama, suspense, emotion and great music. The ending was a complete shock to fans and it was indeed heartwrenching to see a beloved character die. But it was not to be, fortunatly. Many fans thought this was going to be the last Trek movie and here we are over 20 years later with now 10 movies made. Without a shadow of a doubt, Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan remains the most thrilling Trek film to date and most likely will be for a good long while.

Studio: Paramount Home Video
Director: Nicholas Meyer
William Shatner
Leonard Nimoy
DeForest Kelley

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